Thursday, 23 February 2012
Crafty Spring Project
Well hello there, little fella!
It's one of the Korknisse, here to spread some joy!
How are you all? We haven't seen you for a while.
Oh really? You've been played with by the children and now there's not so many in your number?
And hardly anyone has a matching hat or jumper anymore?
But you do have a lovely, easy, cheapy craft project to show us?
Here's what to do:
Ok. First you need to find a little wooden-house-shelf-thingamabob.
Mine is from my local craft shop.
You also need these sweet little Chinese Yuxian paper-cuts.
Again, from crafty shop.
Cost £about 3. (not bad-you get 10 in a pack. And they are beautiful)
Paint said house-shelf-wotnot with colour of desired hue.
I used white acrylic.
[Not for any other reason than I couldn't be bothered to find the key to the garage and risk my life and limb having to root through the dangerous arrangement of bikes, tools, barbeque paraphernalia and general guff to find the eggshell furniture paint]
Leave to dry.
Apply thin coat of PVA glue to wherever you want your designs to be and attach the paper-cut carefully.
Warning: these cannot be removed without destroying the paper-cut, as they are sooooo delicate.
Stand back, and marvel at your handiwork.
Enjoy your evening, all!
Am off to quaff a teeny glass of the red stuff.